BREAKING:Court reinforces COVID-19 protocols as Federal High Court judge dies


Wellbeing safety measures have been strengthened at the Federal High Court in Lagos following information on the passing of an adjudicator of the court’s Abeokuta Division.

The Nation discovered that Justice Ibrahim Watilat, 58, passed on of an undisclosed disease.

He was said to have passed on around 4am on Monday, January 25, 2021, in an Abuja medical clinic.

Last Tuesday, the appointed authority indicted and condemned two web fraudsters to a half year and four months detainment individually.

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He saw the team as liable of criminal pantomime recorded independently against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibadan Zonal Office.

Brought into the world on May 12, 1963 in Borno State, the late Watilat was named as a Federal High Court judge on December 2, 2015.

Following the news, COVID-19 conventions including social removing and wearing of nose covers were unbendingly upheld by judges, legal executive staff and security authorities on the court’s premises and in courts.

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Section into the court premises was additionally limited, with parties requested to stand by outside until their issues were called


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